Little Projects

By: Jill Finger

Aug 11 2016

Category: Uncategorized

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As I’m sorting and organizing my quilting stuff prior to putting some, not all, of it back on the shelves in the family room, I made a pile of projects I want to work on and finish first. Most of the projects are either partially done, or something that can be completed quickly.

Wes and I watch Natasha and Adrew on Wednesdays, but Jonathan only worked a half day, due to the weather, so he took the kids home right after lunch.  When the weather is hot and humid like it has been, I have no desire to to anything outside.  It’s almost like winter, when snow and cold keep us indoors, only we don’t have to shovel it. Anyway , it was a good afternoon for sewing.  I machine quilted the corn and tomatoes mini wall hanging and am auditioning binding fabric.

Thread catcher

The picture doesn’t do it justice, but this thread catcher is adorable.  I used a polka dot fabric and one with brightly colored happy cats. This project took about 45 minutes, and I’ve been meaning to get to it for about a year. That’s totally ridiculous!

Pillowcases

The fabric for these two pillowcases has been sitting around for a long time too–again a 45 minute project.

I should have completed all these projects instead of letting them pile up, but I’m not going to Best myself up over it .  They’re done and it was an enjoyable afternoon.

One comment on “Little Projects”

  1. Job well done!

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